Vermont Miniature Schnauzer Puppies For Sale

Vermont miniature schnauzer puppies for saleYes, we have Vermont Miniature Schnauzer puppies for sale!  As Miniature Schnauzer Breeders located in Northern Indiana, we are a short drive from Vermont.  At Fernweh Schnauzers, we specialize in breeding health tested, well rounded miniature schnauzer puppies for sale in a family oriented environment.  We health test all of our parents and rely on a support system of schnauzer expert veterinarians to maintain one of the highest quality breeding programs in the country.

All of our miniature schnauzer puppies for sale undergo a rigorous socialization program and early neurological stimulation.  Because we are miniature schnauzer breeders with a young family, our children play an integral part of early puppy stimulation.  We intentionally introduce our miniature schnauzer puppies to as many stretching experiences and environments as possible to prepare them for life outside of our home.

As Miniature Schnauzer Breeders located near Vermont, we find many potential adopters that are interested in our breeding program.  If you are in the market for a new miniature schnauzer companion, feel free to contact us and start a conversation.  If you do decide that we are a good fit we are only a short drive away!

Available Puppies

Franklin (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Tanner (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Felicity (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Andy (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Floyd (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

AJ (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Duke (male)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Available

Damien (male)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Available

Levi (male)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Available

Ebony (female)

Color: (Black)

Available

Eve (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Ella (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Esther (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Available

Kai (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Leo Bonaventura

Tiff (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Ashley Dickes

Thea (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Deanna Critzman

Anna (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Leo Bonaventura

Lucky (male)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Reserved for Mike S.

Leo (male)

Color: (Parti)

Reserved for Jas Molina

Finn (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Memo Torres

Allie (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Stacey Williamson

Lyla (female)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Reserved for Cynthia Vlasich

Kara (female)

Color: (Liver Parti)

Reserved for Angie Caldwell

Tilly (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Thomas Cherukara

Dana (female)

Color: (Salt&Pepper)

Reserved for Tracey Kisly

Keegan (male)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Natalie Bultemeier

Rose (female)

Color: (Salt & Pepper)

Reserved for Lee Zimmerman

Things to do in Vermont with your Miniature Schnauzer

Vermont, known as the Green Mountain State, is a picturesque destination that offers a variety of activities for you and your miniature schnauzer to enjoy together. From scenic trails to charming towns, Vermont provides a perfect backdrop for adventures with your furry friend.

Hiking

One of the best ways to explore Vermont’s natural beauty is by taking your miniature schnauzer on a hike. The state is home to numerous hiking trails that cater to all skill levels. The Long Trail, a renowned footpath that stretches from Massachusetts to Canada, offers sections suitable for day hikes with your furry companion. Additionally, the Appalachian Trail runs through Vermont, providing opportunities for breathtaking walks in the wilderness.

State Parks

Vermont’s state parks are another great option for outdoor adventures with your miniature schnauzer. The parks feature an array of trails, picnic areas, and pet-friendly campgrounds. For example, the Waterbury Center State Park offers easy trails and access to the scenic Waterbury Reservoir, where you and your dog can enjoy a refreshing swim. Smugglers’ Notch State Park, nestled in the heart of the Green Mountains, offers picturesque trails and breathtaking views. Be sure to check the pet policies and leash requirements before visiting.

Cities and Towns

If you and your furry friend are seeking a more urban experience, Vermont’s cities and towns have plenty to offer. Burlington, the largest city in the state, is known for its vibrant culture and pet-friendly atmosphere. Explore the Church Street Marketplace, a pedestrian-only street filled with shops, restaurants, and outdoor cafes that welcome dogs. Stroll along the beautiful waterfront of Lake Champlain, where you can enjoy scenic views and even find designated areas for dogs to swim.

Stowe

In the town of Stowe, you can visit the Stowe Recreation Path, a paved trail that meanders through meadows, forests, and alongside the West Branch River. This trail is pet-friendly and provides a leisurely and picturesque walk for you and your miniature schnauzer. While exploring Stowe, be sure to check out the Trapp Family Lodge, where dogs are welcome in designated outdoor areas. The lodge also offers pet-friendly accommodation if you plan to spend the night.

Farms and Orchards

Vermont’s agricultural heritage is evident throughout the state, and there are opportunities to visit pet-friendly farms and orchards. Many apple orchards allow dogs on leashes, giving you and your furry friend the chance to enjoy a day of apple picking amidst scenic landscapes. Some farms even have designated pet-friendly areas where you can let your miniature schnauzer roam and play.

Festivals and Events

Vermont’s local festivals and events also provide fun experiences for you and your miniature schnauzer. The Vermont Maple Festival in St. Albans celebrates the state’s renowned maple syrup industry and often features pet-friendly activities, including parades and contests. Keep an eye out for other pet-friendly events like farmers markets, art fairs, and outdoor concerts, which are often held throughout the state.

Traveling in Vermont with your Miniature Schnauzer

When planning your activities in Vermont, it’s important to be mindful of the changing seasons. The state experiences cold winters, so pack warm clothing for both you and your miniature schnauzer. In the summer, be prepared for various weather conditions, as Vermont’s climate can be unpredictable.

Remember to always adhere to leash laws and respect the natural environment. Carry water and waste bags for your miniature schnauzer, and clean up after them to maintain the beauty of Vermont’s outdoor spaces. Additionally, be aware of any specific regulations or restrictions in certain areas, such as wildlife management areas or nature reserves.

In conclusion, Vermont offers a wide range of activities for you and your miniature schnauzer to enjoy together. Whether you’re hiking the scenic trails, exploring pet-friendly towns and cities, or immersing yourselves in Vermont’s agricultural traditions, you’re sure to create lasting memories in this charming state.

FAQ’s

Q: What makes Miniature Schnauzers well-suited for Vermont’s climate?

A: Miniature Schnauzers have a double coat that provides insulation, making them well-adapted to colder climates like Vermont. Their wiry outer coat and dense undercoat help keep them warm during the winter months.

Q: Are Miniature Schnauzers good with families and children?

A: Yes, Miniature Schnauzers are known for their friendly and outgoing nature. They tend to get along well with children and can make excellent family pets. However, it’s important to supervise interactions between small children and dogs to ensure a positive relationship.

Q: How much exercise do Miniature Schnauzers need, and are they suitable for apartment living?

A: Miniature Schnauzers are an energetic breed that requires regular exercise. Daily walks, playtime, and mental stimulation are essential to keep them happy and healthy. While they can adapt to apartment living, it’s crucial to meet their exercise needs through outdoor activities and play.

Q: What grooming requirements do Miniature Schnauzers have?

A: Miniature Schnauzers have a distinctive appearance with their bushy eyebrows, beard, and leg furnishings. Regular grooming is necessary to maintain their coat, including brushing, trimming, and occasional hand-stripping. Regular dental care, ear cleaning, and nail trimming are also important for their overall well-being.

Q: How do Miniature Schnauzers behave around other pets?

A: Miniature Schnauzers can generally get along well with other pets, especially when properly socialized from an early age. Early socialization helps them develop positive behaviors and adapt to various environments. However, individual temperament may vary, so gradual introductions are recommended.

Q: What health considerations are important for Miniature Schnauzers in Vermont?

A: Like any breed, Miniature Schnauzers may be prone to certain health issues, including eye problems, skin conditions, and genetic disorders. Regular veterinary check-ups, a balanced diet, and preventive care are essential to ensure their well-being.

Q: Are Miniature Schnauzers prone to excessive barking?

A: Miniature Schnauzers are known for their alert and vocal nature, which may result in barking to alert their owners of perceived threats. Early training and socialization can help manage excessive barking behavior.

Q: How can I keep my Miniature Schnauzer entertained during Vermont’s colder months?

A: Miniature Schnauzers may enjoy indoor activities such as puzzle toys, interactive games, and obedience training during colder months. Additionally, providing them with suitable outdoor gear for winter walks can help them stay active in colder temperatures.

Q: Are there specific local regulations or considerations for owning a Miniature Schnauzer in Vermont?

A: It’s advisable to check local regulations, including licensing requirements and leash laws, in your specific Vermont location. Additionally, being aware of local veterinarians, pet-friendly parks, and grooming services can contribute to a positive ownership experience.

Greetings from the Wysongs! We are currently accepting deposits to join our waiting list for future miniature schnauzer puppies of many different colors. If you are interested in adding a Fernweh Schnauzer to your family we would encourage you to reach out to us via an email or phone conversation. Please be advised that we are known through the country as a breeder of high quality miniature schnauzer puppies and are in high demand. Be sure to reach out and plan in advance when considering a future Fernweh addition. Adopters who plan ahead and join our waiting list are preferred and treated as such during the adoption process. Click Here to see our puppies!

Fernweh Schnauzers Reviews

Melanie Hanaway
Melanie Hanaway
2021-03-31
If you are interested in a mini schnauzer I highly recommend Fernweh Miniature Schnauzers. Not only do they take your wants in a dog into consideration but they also assess the personalities of the puppies to make sure you get a puppy that will be a great fit for your family. Erica made the whole process very easy too. In fact, we were so impressed with them as breeders and love our Fernweh mini so much we’re bringing home another soon!
Adrienne Supko
Adrienne Supko
2021-02-28
After a lot of research on miniature schnauzers and looking at numerous breeders both local and out of town, we found Erika and her puppies to be the top quality dog we were looking for. We were so thrilled to be able to get our little boy, Achilles, during the pandemic. He is healthy, well behaved and such a happy boy! He had a great head start on potty and crate training when we got him, so this process was very easy for him. We are very thankful for Fernweh Miniature Schnauzers and highly recommend them. We’ll definitely be reaching out when we’re ready for Achilles’ sibling 🙂
Philip Rodrigues
Philip Rodrigues
2021-02-23
The team at Fernweh Mini Schnauzers does an incredible job of screening and working with prospective owners. They spent time talking to me about my previous Mini Schnauzer and what i was looking for. They were attentive and replied back quickly whenever I had questions. Our little Winnie is going to be 1 year old this March and we could not imagine life without her. She has brought so much energy and joy into our lives and is great with her little brother! Would highly recommend Fernweh Miniature Schnauzers
Ed Manteuffel
Ed Manteuffel
2021-02-09
Erica did a great job with potty training our puppy and making sure the puppies were healthy. We lost one of our dogs to cancer and our Gracie seemed very depressed after that. Once we brought home Callie, she seems to be much happier. Erica made the process very easy and everything was extremely professional. I did a lot of research and Fernweh Schauzers is the most reputable place to get a dog that was bred with healthy practices.
Priscila Garcia Giacomini
Priscila Garcia Giacomini
2021-02-08
I got my puppy in July 2020 in the middle of the pandemic. Even with all crazy stuff going on, Fernweh (Erica) was able to provide us a great experience. The puppy was well taken care of and Erica is super open to answer any question of those who are first timers, like me. The puppy brought home her litter blanket, what was wonderful and super helpful on her transition. Those "small" details that make this breeder a great and reliable one. I totally recommend them 🙂 Our puppy Scully came to complete our family <3
Ashley Everson
Ashley Everson
2021-02-08
We couldn't be happier with our Fernweh Miniature Schnauzer. Finding Fernweh seemed like fate. We have a 13 yr old Schnauzer mix at home and last spring were feeling the pandemic would be the right time to welcome another dog to our home. We happened to meet another Fernweh pup in our neighborhood on a family walk. We immediately connected with Erica who was extremely responsive and helpful. To our luck, there was a new litter available and we were able to match the "personality" of our family to the right puppy. When we picked up Arnie, everything was so well prepared. He transitioned extremely well to our home which in addition to our older dog, includes two children, ages 8 and 10. Arnie is "their" dog and they love caring for him. Arnie has now been with us for almost 9 months and we can't imagine life without him!
doris przybysz
doris przybysz
2021-02-08
Erica from Fernweh schnauzers was instrumental in the adoption of our little pup, Emma , now 7 months old. The focus on healthcare for the pups was an important aspect to our successful adoption. Erica was an amazing resource during our pups transition to our home. Emma is a healthy, active , obedient and fun loving dog which is a reflection of Fernweh’s care and concerns for their pups. I highly recommend Fernweh breeders,they’re the best!
Leila Condry
Leila Condry
2021-02-08
We chose Fernweh for their breeding practices, socialization program, and health guarantees. Our questions and concerns were answered and Erica helped us choose a puppy that would best fit in with our family. We took her home in the Fall of 2020 and she is doing great. We would, and have, recommended Fernweh to anyone looking to add a mini to their family.
Jennifer Dombek
Jennifer Dombek
2021-02-07
I am so glad that we found Fernweh Schnauzers. Erica was wonderful to work with, just like talking with your best friend. She helped us find the perfect personality in a pup that we were hoping for. Our puppy has been a fantastic addition to our family. I highly recommend working with them. They are always available for help after adoption as well. It is so easy to see how much they love and care for their pups !
Tamie Caulk
Tamie Caulk
2021-02-07
We had a great experience all around with this breeder. They were knowledgeable and made sure our new little edition was the right fit for our family. We could not be happier with our sweet little girl!